The Chinook Centre store spans about 2,900 square feet, and is strategically located between retailers Kate Spade and the mall’s busy Apple Store. Nearby retailers include Harry Rosen, Tesla Motors, Tiffany & Co., Burberry and Michael Kors. Ted Baker replaces fashion retailer Marciano, which shuttered its Chinook store earlier this year.
CF Chinook Centre is considered by many to be Calgary’s premier mall. Nordstrom opened its first Canadian store at CF Chinook Centre in September of 2014 and in early 2018, Saks Fifth Avenue is confirmed to be opening a 115,000 square foot unit in the mall’s former Target space.
Earlier this summer, Ted Baker opened two Canadian locations – one at CF Rideau Centre in Ottawa, as well as an outlet at the McArthurGlen Designer Outlets near Vancouver. Deals for those two locations, as well as for the Calgary store, were negotiated by Northwest Atlantic Principal/Broker Dianne Lemm.
Ted Baker’s first Canadian location, measuring 3,230 square feet, opened in October of 2012 in an expansion of Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre. The retailer’s second Canadian location opened in October of 2014 at CF Toronto Eaton Centre, spanning 3,800 square feet. A 2,975 square foot Vancouver CF Pacific Centre location opened in June of 2015, and a third Toronto location, measuring 2,750 square feet opened last September at CF Sherway Gardens. Ted Baker’s first Canadian outlet store opened in August of 2013 at the Toronto Premium Outlets.